The Lake Disappointment Project is located in the Little Sandy Desert, Western Australia, approximately 320km east of Newman. Access via the Talawana Track. The Project is made up of over 5,000km2 of granted tenements covering the Lake Disappointment playa and surrounding Palaeovalleys. The whole of the project area lies within the Martu Native Title Determination area.
Reward is the first company to explore for potash in the Browne Formation of the Officer Basin. It developed a thesis that the Brown Formation (Gibson area) was the source of WA’s palaeovalley brine SOP deposits, which it is currently drill-testing.